From Grocery Bag to Garden Bed....

Sow and Dipity
by Sow and Dipity
What do these items have in common? You can buy them at your grocery store, force them to put on roots, then plant them into your garden. Save money by RE-growing vegi's and have fun doing it! For more vegi's to try and complete instructions, check out the LINK BELOW.
Celery starting to grow...
Celery starting to grow...
Celery cut at the base where the roots will form
Taro Root
Taro roots make pretty house plants
Lemon Grass
Have you tried regrowing Lemon grass? You can start it from the lemon grasses that still has some root nodes on them! ***FOR FULL INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO GROW THESE GROCERY STORE ITEMS AT HOME, VISIT THE LINK BELOW***
Sow and Dipity
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Frequently asked questions
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  • Joyce Greer Joyce Greer on Jan 28, 2020

    What else can you grow from the roots of fresh veggies

  • Nancy Nancy on May 20, 2020

    will this method work for carrots. I know you can get carrot tops to sprout greenery, but will it then grow a new carrot too?

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  • Holly Eaton Clements Holly Eaton Clements on Jul 20, 2020

    Thanks everyone. I’m gonna try everything. Sounds fun.

  • Elise Elise on Mar 08, 2021

    I started celery & romaine last year. Best kept secret! And I dehydrated celery for soups. So easy.

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    • Jennifer Rinker Jennifer Rinker on Jun 02, 2022

      Rob, if you put the celery in a jar with some fresh water and keep it in the fridge with the bag over the top, it will last longer, and start to root, too